The Gardener's Encyclopaedia of New Zealand Native Plants brings together for the first time over 1000 species, hybrids and cultivars in a highly illustrated, encyclopaedic volume.
Over 1000 colour photographs, arranged according to the plants' attributes and uses in the garden, include examples of landscaping possibilities as well as numerous plant portraits. The accompanying A to Z gives detailed descriptions, cultivation and propagation information (including regionally specific advice). There are also lists of plants with desirable features or for particular situations.
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This islands that comprise New Zealand offer a unique and diverse flora that includes hundreds of outstanding garden plants. Fully 80 percent of these native plants are found nowhere else on earth. They also display an astonishing diversity, since they are adapted to climates ranging from rugged mountains to subtropical lowlands.About the Author:
Valda Paddison is an experienced garden writer and native plants enthusiast from North Auckland who has written extensively for The New Zealand Gardener.
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